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Rich discusses the reaction to Texas Senator Ted Cruz running for President, New Jersey banning microbeads, and New York City limiting the amount of juice that day care centers can give to children. He also talked to NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback, Roger Staubach, Joel Mathis from Philadelphia Magazine, and Alexis Garcia from Reason.
The report looks at more than 350 officer involved shootings spanning from 2007 to 2013. In 80% of cases the suspects were African-American, and in 15% of cases, the suspect was unarmed. The DOJ is recommending 91 separate recommendations for change.
Rich covers the latest in scandal regarding Hillary Clinton’s private email and the verdict in the Blurred Lines trial. He talked to Ed Rendell about the Eagles, FOX News Legal Analyst Andrew Napolitano, and National Reveiw’s Ian Tuttle.
Former Federal Prosecutor Says Department Of Justice Has Lost Sight Of What It’s Supposed To Be Doing
Rich Zeoli talked to former federal prosecutor Sydney Powell on Talk Radio 1210 about what she says are out control federal prosecutors that file charges against political enemies.
Bennett Barlyn, a former Hunterdon County assistant prosecutor, said he had a more than hour-long conversation with a criminal investigator for the Department of Justice on Wednesday and provided details of the lawsuit and evidence he has to back up his claims.
The legal definition of a service animal are animals that are trained to perform tasks that their handlers cannot do for themselves.
Legal Professor On Justice Department’s Lawsuit Against State Police: ‘I Don’t Think There’s Any Big Legal Issue Here’
Chris Stigall spoke with Cornell University Legal Professor and Contributor at Legal Insurrection, William Jacobson, about the Department of Justice suing the Pennsylvania State Police over their required physical fitness test for officers.
Chris reacts to President Obama telling Republicans to stop hating, a new set of released Lois Lerner emails, and revelations that staffers at the VA were told to lie. He talks to conservative author Kurt Schlichter at 7:00, Comedian Christopher Titus at 8:00 and Cornell Law Professor William Jacobson at 8:20.
The Department of Justice has charged a former University of Pennsylvania doctor with theft and fraud for allegedly misusing federal cancer research funds.
Fattah maintains he is the target of a politically motivated prosecution and has suffered damages as the result of the press coverage the case has garnered.
Chris discusses the results from yesterday’s Senate primaries in New Jersey, another key delay in the implementation of Obamacare, and the shooting of a police officer in North Philly. He also talks to Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
The incident happened around 2:20 a.m. Sunday at 57th Street and Lansdowne Avenue in the Overbrook section of the city.
Community outrage over the not guilty verdict in the second-degree murder trial of George Zimmerman is evolving into something more. Part of the evolution will be discussed Saturday in Philadelphia at two separate rallies.
Chris continues his tour from the Jersey shore, this week from Brigantine. He discusses Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s decision not to defend the commonwealth’s version of the Defense of Marriage Act, the Department of Justice’s role in organizing rallies around the George Zimmerman trial, and a poll that shows Hillary Clinton leading Chris Christie in a potential matchup for President in 2016. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Lesley Van Arsdall.
Chris analyzes Governor Christie’s and President Obama’s tour of the New Jersey shore yesterday, David Axelrod’s response to Bob Schieffer’s criticism of limited access to the White House, and the charges against two parents for driving with their daughter in a dog cage. He talks to actor Henry Winkler, the Mayor of Wildwood, Ernie Troiano, Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery and Don Russell from the Daily News about Philly Beer Week.